Facebook Employees Weigh In on 'The Social Network'

Facebook employees bought out two movie theaters this weekend so they could watch The Social Network--the well reviewed (but questionably accurate) movie about the company's founding. Movie Line rounded up the reactions to the film that staffers posted on their Facebook accounts:

· "Justin Bishop in response to a friend: Yes we were wearing facebook tshirts. And yes I did like it. ;o)"

· Ezra Callahan: "Saw the social network. Entertaining even if a little off from reality. Glad I wasn't in it though."

· In response to a friend asking if he had a character in the movie, Robert Johnson: "The sorority girl with the cocaine was loosely based on me."

· Cameron Marlow: "This is the most meta experience of my work life."


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Eleanor Barkhorn is a former senior editor at The Atlantic.

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